Oppo Find X7 Pro leaks detail a dual periscope telephoto camera system

We’re expecting the Oppo Find X7 Pro to be the first smartphone with dual periscope lenses, as a new leaked schematic seems to suggest.

Promo shot of the Oppo Find X6 Pro for Oppo Find X7 Pro news as there's no official images of the device yet

Expected to launch in the first quarter of 2024, the Oppo Find X7 Pro, part of Oppo’s Find X7 line, is hotly tipped as the first smartphone with dual periscope lenses. Last month, we reported on an Oppo Find X7 Pro allegedly spotted in public, with a photo posted on Weibo, and now a leaker with a strong track record has posted a schematic on X that corroborates this.

Trusted leaker Ice Universe posted the schematic, which shows a unique dual periscope design, as per the photo leaked last month. Ice Universe also detailed some specs: a 50MP telephoto with 6x zoom using a Sony IMX 858 1/2.51-inch image sensor and a 3x zoom utilizing a bigger IMX 890 1/1.56-inch sensor.

According to the leaks, the eagerly awaited smartphone utilizes the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. This processor is the latest in Qualcomm technology, so we’re expecting an impressive level of performance from the next-generation smartphone, rivaling that of some of the best Xiaomi phones and the best Google Pixel phones.

We have no way of knowing if the alleged live photo of the Oppo Find X7 Pro, which the leaker appears to have taken in a public setting, is genuine, but it does match up with other leaks. Similarly, it’s hard to judge the legitimacy of the newly posted schematic, but considering the source’s track record, we’ve reason to believe that the reports are accurate.

Screenshot of the Oppo Find X7 Pro schematic with Ice Universe source

We’re anticipating the Find X7 series to launch within the next few months and expect leaks to come thick and fast now – as ever, we’ll keep you updated. For more on the latest smartphones, check out our guides to the best OnePlus phones and the best Samsung phones. Or, if you’re looking for something a little different, see our Nothing Phone (2) review.